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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Gloss Black, 1 gal.

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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel is a durable, heavy-duty alkyd enamel specially formulated for excellent adhesion, and resistance to weathering and corrosion.

  • May be applied by brush or spray
  • Dries to a high gloss finish
  • For use on iron, steel, aluminum and properly primed galvanized metal

Specification Description
Product Type: Automotive Paint
Application: Tractor
Brand: Majic
Finish: Gloss
Package Size: 1 gallon
Package Type: Can
Type: Oil-Based
Warranty: N/A
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2994-1
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Gloss Black, 1 gal. is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High gloss black is awesome Second time using this product and I am extremely happy with it. Make sure you get the reducer and catalyst. I sprayed with 85% humidity and this stuff was dry to the touch in 5 hours.
Date published: 2018-07-16
Date published: 2018-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goes on Great I bought the gloss black last week to redo my utility trailer I've owned 16 years. It looks great. The other reviewer must have not followed directions. mixture and prep it the key. Also equipment. I used a hvlp gun from another vendor that cost less than 20 bucks. If you shop the Greer store ask for mike, he is the manager there and can answer all questions you might have.
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This paint will not stay glossy it is not Good 0* Majic Town & Country Tractor, Truck & Implement, 1 gal Black Not a good quality paint for cars I bought a gallon of the gloss black. It does not have a gloss hardly at all. Went on with a high gloss and as it dried it started getting hazy. As the days passed and at 1 month later paint is very hazy with oxidation . I do not recommend using this paint for a vehicle unless you don't care if it states shinney or not. As far as durable it seems overall to be very durable just don't stay shinney . It is not a normal deep black paint. It is a off color black . This paint has ruined my car. It will have to be re sanded and re painted to ever look good again. I would use rustolem the next time. Wish I had used it this time or another brand of paint. I went by the directions and used the recommend thinner and hardner all purchased at tractor supply. Very disappointed . Makes me want to trade the car before it gets so bad that it looks terrible. Would I recommend tractor supply ? Yes in general but not their paints.
Date published: 2015-07-18
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I know it says spray when temps ar 50 and above. Does that mean it is ok if the temp drops in the 40s after you have sprayed at night several hours later  or will this affect the curing 

Asked by: Fast fred
This time of year can be a tricky time to paint – for best results, the temperature (both surface & air) needs to be at 50° F., or above, at the time of application & for the next 8-12 hours following. Dropping temps during this time could result in condensation forming on the curing film that may result in slower drying overall, and mark the film with water spots, or even frost patterns. Depending on the humidity levels, and the applied thickness of the coating, film curing can be adversely affected (usually in the form of a much longer cure time needed before product dries “hard”). For proper curing during colder temps, it is even more critical to gauge the thickness of material applied – Finish material should be reduced with Majic Reducer (for spray application, at a ratio of 8:1), and be applied at no greater than 2.5 mils wet.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-10-18

Can you use any type of clear over top of this paint ?

Asked by: Pat351
We recommend only using the Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer, SKU 1030959.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-04-29

Do you have to use a thinner it using an automotive air sprayer

Asked by: Ray4413
Yes, for best results, this product should be reduced using Majic Reducer #8-0750 at a ratio of 8 parts Majic Tractor & Implement Enamel to 1 part Majic Reducer.
Answered by: AshleyBe
Date published: 2018-08-04

Do this paint need a harder

Asked by: oldboy
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels do not require the use of a catalyst hardener – but benefits such as increased hardness, and accelerated cure time, will be realized if you do.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-10

Can this paint be applied with an airless spray gun

Asked by: Andy55
The answer is “Yes…” but with an important caveat. Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels are very tough, and durable, oil/alkyd coatings. The 2 most critical factors - of application - to ensure the best performance results, in terms of drying, proper cure, and ultimate “hardness” is (1) Applied thickness of coating, and (2) Allowable re-coat time. We recommend Majic Tractor & Implement Enamel (T&I) to be applied at a thickness of 2.5 – 3.0 mils wet - which is a very thin application (roughly the thickness of a sheet of notebook paper), followed by a minimum of 24 hours (to dry) before applying second coat of Majic T&I Enamel. Too heavy an application, and/or re-coating too soon, will likely result in a film that won’t dry “hard” for several days…or longer – in extreme cases, depending on the actual applied thickness, coupled with adverse atmospheric conditions, too heavy an app and/or re-coating too soon may disrupt the curing process to the point that the film will dry completely “hard”… These 2 factors are critical, and stated, clearly, on the product label, and Product Data Sheet… How that info pertains to airless spraying is this… Airless sprayers do an excellent job in atomizing high solids products, such as Majic T&I Products & Enamels… The pressure range should be around 1500 psi – with a tip size of .013 - .015 – a “fine-finish” tip is an excellent choice for airless application, but may be available in “even” sizes - .012 - .014 orifice size) . Paint should be reduced, with Majic Reducer at a ratio of 8:1 (8 parts Majic T&I Enamel to 1 part Majic Reducer). The problem with application by airless spray is controlling the applied thickness. Airless sprayers apply a lot of paint in a very short period of time – with the wrong tip size, and/or with an improper spray technique – the applied thickness can easily, and very quickly, exceed the recommended applied thickness of 2.5 – 3.0 mils wet. If you are intent on this type of application, we would recommend practice with application on scrap material to determine the technique, pressure & speed necessary to finish at this recommended applied thickness. We would also suggest investing in a “wet film thickness gauge” to measure the thickness as product is being applied (very inexpensive and easy to use).
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-10-09
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